Monthly Archive for September, 2011

: September, 2011

Week 3 Primer and Live Scoring Updates: Less 2010 and more 2011, please

Something’s not right here. We’re about to begin Week 3 of the 2011 Connecticut high school football season, but, I’ve gotta be honest with you, it still has that 2010 taste to it. Don’t get me wrong.

The Guide to Week 3′s Games

Here is your Guide for Week 3’s regional high school football games. FRIDAY VISITOR HOME TIME SKINNY Bassick (0-2) Wilton (2-0) 6 Get excited for your Warriors, Wilton O’Brien Tech (1-1) Capital Prep

This is a public service announcement: Important tips on stat keeping

We interrupt the entertainment portion of the high school blog for an important public service announcement: To all of you junior statisticians, team managers, assistant coaches, parents, fans and,

Week 2: Norwalk 25, Stamford 12 (The Movie!)

Stamford was getting a bunch of attention as the 2011 season dawned. The Black Knights went 6-4 a year ago and, with most of the key players returning, looked poised for a breakout season. But it was

Week 2: Darien 29, Warde 19 – The Movie!

There had been a light buzz about Fairfield Warde in the preseason. A senior team, armed with strong and veteran offensive line anchored by Mike Mooney, an emerging quarterback Chris Foley,

The Elite 8: Week 2

Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls… Your Elite 8 for Week 2-3. TRENDING UP NORWALK – With a nice 25-12 victory over Stamford, the Bears have supplanted the Black Knights as the FCIAC

State Polls Week 2: Masuk-Xavier poll wrestling continues

More poll madness this week. While Masuk remained No. 1 in the traditional state media poll. Xavier leap-frogged the Panthers according to the ever-changing roster of CSWA voters. Xavier maintained

The ‘Death Panel’ has spoken: NWC’s Tyler won’t be suspended

Short and sweet: The CIAC “Score Management” committee — henceforth referred to here as the ‘Death Panel’  — has ruled that Northwest Catholic coach Michael Tyler will not be suspended for violation

It’s ‘Traditions’ Week in New Canaan

Week 3’s Warde at New Canaan game isn’t just a crucial FCIAC showdown between a potential upstart (though recently deflated) vs. the established, state-caliber power. It isn’t just Warde coach Duncan

That’s a Wrap Week 2: Trojan horses and High-Flying Condors

Some surprising results (Norwalk, Wilton), some not-so-surprising and one whopper: Weston 21, Brookfield 20. Oh, yes. And big congrats to the O’Brien Tech Condors for the program’s first victory. It